After installing the cumulative updates KB5001330 and KB5001337, which appeared on April 13, gamers mostly complain of problems with the game and Windows 10 crashes. In addition to dropouts during vertical synchronization using VSQN, various error messages prevent updates from occurring correctly.
New graphics drivers prevent installation
I am sub-reddit R / windows 10 Players report that the cumulative update KB5001337 for Windows 10 1903 and 1909 for Windows 10 2004 (“20H1”) and Windows 10 20H2 and KB5001337 may already carry blue screens and error messages 0x800f09f, 0x800f0984 or 0x800f0922 during installation .
In this context, Nvidia’s current graphics driver GeForce 466.11 WHQL and Intel’s graphics driver 22.214.171.12466 have been cited as the cause of repeated crashes. Accidents during installation also occur with graphics cards from AMD, whether they are Core-i series or Raizen.
Nvidia sees cumulative updates as a problem
Users who are successful in installing updates with older versions of the graphics driver report errors in vertical synchronization as well as significant performance drops in some cases.
If you are seeing underperformance in the games, check if Windows 10 is rolling back the update KB5000842.
There is already a similar discussion on this in Sub-Reddit R / Windows 10 reddit. Meanwhile, players report problems in Doom Eternal (Trial) and Overwatch (Benchmark) as well as significant FPS drops in other games.
Displacement provides a measure
Players affected by the problems updated that it would help to uninstall KB5001330, KB5001337 and KB5000842. Displacement occurs through
Update und Sicherheit > Verlauf anzeigen > Updates deinstallieren In the system settings of Windows 10.
Finally, each user must decide for himself whether the user should manually uninstall cumulative updates, which may also contain security patches.
Update 04/17/2021 6:39 pm.
Update 04/17/2021 10:34 pm.